All of the Armagh Observatory soil temperature data has been calibrated for instrument sensitivity and exposure and is available below.
Papers describing the data and its calibration are available below.
Soil Temperatures at Armagh Observatory, N. Ireland, from 1904 to 2002.
by A. M. García-Suárez and C.J. Butler
International Journal of Climatology, Vol. 26, Issue 8, pp 1075-1089, 30 June 2006
Available as: 673K PostScript file or 337K PDF file
Meteorological Data recorded at
Volume 4 - Daily, Monthly and Annual Soil Temperatures 1904-2002
A. M. García-Suárez, C.J. Butler, B. Morrow
Armagh Observatory Preprint Series Number 463
Available as: 4.8MB PostScript file or 1.7MB PDF file
Daily data file for above paper as:
990K PostScript file (pages 1 to 13 are blank) or
551K PDF file
The following are links to plain text (ASCII) files containing the calibrated data.
You can open them in your browser window and save them to your local computer
system for your own analysis. If you use this data in any publication please cite
the above papers and acknowledge Armagh Observatory.
Please also inform firstname.lastname@example.org and send copies of publications to The
Librarian, Armagh Observatory, College Hill, Armagh BT61 9DG, N. Ireland.
The information contained in this data archive is owned by the Armagh
Observatory which retains copyright. Whilst Armagh Observatory has made
every effort to ensure accuracy, we cannot be held responsible for errors
or omissions. The data has been calibrated to the best of our ability but may still
contain systematic and sporadic errors. If errors are spotted in the data
please notify email@example.com
Soil temperature monthly means from 1904-2003 - 30cm
Soil temperature monthly means from 1904-2003 - 100cm
Soil temperature seasonal mean from 1904-2003 - 30cm
Soil temperature seasonal mean from 1904-2003 - 100cm